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should be in the 40s and these breezes we have with us now will settle down. bright sunshine throughout the day and by mid-afternoon peak briefly in the upper 40s. 5:00 back down to the mid-40s with a bright and sunny afternoon. a look at tonight's forecast. it will be cold again. i'll tell you how cold it will get. that comes up at 4:41. let's check on our traffic. a >> we're starting out with a big issue in the district. 3rd street tunnel. an accident has traffic blocked. traffic will be detoured to 4th street. no big surprises along 95. we're in great shape there. along route 1 no problems to report. back to you. >>> the u.s. military is moving naval and air forces closer to libya as the crisis intensifies. the pentagon didn't specific what military actions are taking place in the mediterranean sea. the move comes as foreign leaders consider imposing a no fly zone over libya. allies stepped up travel and sanctions against libya and moammar gadhafi. foreign leaders want the dictator to stop attacks against protesters and to step down after his 42 years in power. >>> global markets wil
in the teens, high pressure over us now, coming down from the grate lakes and evening canada, it is cold from the carolinas to new england. clouds coming in from the midwest. we will see those as we get through the the day. by 9:00, in the upper 30s, by mid afternoon, should be by 50 degrees. a good day to get out and enjoy the cherry blossoms, they are at peak now. we could have precipitation by this time tomorrow morning. how is traffic? >> good morning. a lot of overnight construction. in the process of being picked up. 395 northbound, leaving the beltway, should find lanes open. regular and h.o.v. to and across the 14th street bridge. the inner loop has come up from tysons corner. there has been road work. outer look is okay. wilson bridge, no worries there. the travel lanes are opened. as we have been saying, construction between springfield, tyson'ses corner. >>> back to you. secretary of state clinton is going to meet to step up aid to war-torn areas. >> president obama will use telephone air waves to defend h his using the military. the president said they helped without putting troop
start. there's the storm system that gave us all the rain and snow briefly last night. that's heading into new england. they are getting a lot of snow in upstate new york and northern new england from that, but we are clearing out here with lots of sunshine. right now a clear sky over the washington monument. and a sunny, blustery morning. by 9:00 it will still be around the mid-30s with windchills in the 20s. and the wind diminish gradually this afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid-40s by mid-afternoon. a look at your monday night planner coming up at 4:41. jerry, good morning, how is traffic? >>> good morning. we continue to follow breaking news from the overnight accident that occurred a short time ago on 395 northbound in the hov lanes up near washington boulevard. police, fire and rescue crews and investigators remain on the scene. right now traffic is getting by to the right shoulder of the hov lanes. regular lanes completely maintained. we'll keep you updated on this throughout the morning. now to maryland along i-270 where the roads could be a bit slick out of fre
that the u.s. is considering evacuation due to high radiation levels. they were given i. dine pills. >>> we are dealing with showers, most passing to the north of the metro area, continuing to drift off to the east. really, no heavy rain will be causing any travel problems. and it is a chilly start. in the 40s throughout most of the region. and the temperatures are milder in the mountains. in the 50s. many locations, west virginia, and kentucky, southern indiana, it is in the 60s this morning. some of that mild air will try to makes it way, as an area of low pressure will be approaching, improving our chances for storms, there is snow in northern pennsylvania and new york city, toward upstate new york, and the midwest. and that system will give us rain from time to time this morning through late morning, drizzle now and then. through mid day. late this afternoon, we could get strong storms. it looks like things will set more unstable. strong thunderstorms into the evening. how is traffic? >> could be a tough one. we have to be prepared. dry pavement south of town. so far. anyway. all the wa
the u.s. should arm rebels. this morning the white house made a revelation that it providing a different kind of help on the ground. tracie pottss jo s joins us fro capitol hill to explain. >> reporter: the president has said no ground troops on the ground. we can do now understand that will this are cia operatives there. the "new york times" reporting and the associated press now backing up that small groups of covert operatives are believed to be on the ground from the cia. the cia as you imagine won't confirm this, but experts say they are probably there for one of two reasons or perhaps both, to gather information intelligence about moammar gadhafi's military to help the air assault effort, or to gather information about the rebels and who they are and who is backing them. the u.s. still trying to decide whether or not to arm those rebels. president obama says he hasn't ruled it out. but they need more information. they appear to be disorganized, disjointed, and part of the concern here on capitol hill is there may be elements of al qaeda or hezbollah backing these rebels. so it appe
. >> the extensive damage in japan is having an affect on car production here in the u.s. toyota is the hate e. automaker to announce that work may stop at some of its north american plants due to parts shortages. toyota is unsure which factories will shut down or for how long, but says the impact will be limited because a majority of parts for north america production come from suppliers here. >>> u.s. military officials say the coalition air strikes in will i be have effectively grounded gadhafi air forces. no libyan planeses have been detected in the air for the past 24 hours. a fuel depot was also hit. the air strikes have also started driving gadhafi's ground forces back to misrata. congressional leaders have started on question the u.s. mission in libya and want clearances about a time frame to hand over leadership of the efforts. >>> and air strikes near libya's oilfields have caused the price of oil to sky rocket to its highest level in more than two years. u.s. crude futures hit $102 ending above $100 for the first time since september of 2008. that has prices on the increase once aga
of the southwest. which later today will warm us up. right now it's giving us a wind chill down in the 20s. temperatures are in the low 30s right now under a mostly clear sky, 34 at reagan national. we're just a little bit above freezing. look at our wind chills. down from the low to mid-20s. winds gusting 20 to 25 miles per hour. i want will shift into the northwest later today. that will bring in colder air. for right now we have a clear sky and we'll have a southwesterly flow that should warm us up by later today. there's the washington monument under this clear sky. by 9:00 should be in the upper 30s and the breezes will be out of the southwest this morning then shift into the northwest by late this afternoon. but before then by around 2:00 or 3:00 we should warm to mid-to-upper 50s, by 5:00 clear and in the mid-50s after that front goes by, it will be turning much colder tonight. i'll tell you how cold it will get by this time tomorrow morning. that will be coming up at 4:41. now we welcome jerry edwards back. >> good morning. we're doing all right. i-95 corridor, fredericksburg to th
. there is the live view from the city camera. we have the frosty, cold conditions here with us, 9:00, in the upper 30s with bright sunshine. welcomed sunshine back, and sunrise, a little past 7:00, and by noon, in the mid 40s. we 8 will have partly cloudy into the mid afternoon showers, upper 40s by then. tonight, cold again. i will tell you how cold at infinite one clr 41. >> we are doing pretty well, there has been a lot of overnight construction, most of cl is in the process of being picked up as we speed. speak. the overnight road work at 50 has been cleared. and the inner loop and the outer loop off to an uneventful start and construction should be out of there in, next few minutes. >> police are looking for two men who tried to rob two women and stabbed one of them it. happened in northeast washington, jackie benson explained how a victim tried to fight back. >> reporter: two women, described as being in their 20s, at 13th and g streets at 8:40, confront by two men with a knife who tried to rob them. witnesses say, when one of the women pulled out a large can of pepper spray, the robbers st sta
today." how d.c. police used a sting operation to catch a suspected crooked cop. >> tom is tracking the next serious storm, when the n >>> welcome back, at 4:40, coffee lovers, you will notice that your starbuck's looks different this morning. launching their new logo today. removing their name from around the cyron. they are expanding their products. >> i like the classic. >> as long as the coffee doesn't change. >> that is clear. we need that. >> many don't know that is our director curt nelson from the 1970s. >> i hope you are getting royalties. >> they should start selling tomato juice this is when you bring it in. i am fascinated by this. >> it is coming. >> you need to wrap your hands around a warm beverage this morning. elsewhere in the upper 20s, high clouds coming through. right now, a clear sky. we will have a lot of sun this morning. there is the washington monument. dry pavement. we have dried out since yesterday. bright and sun net upper 30s. mid 40s with high clouds, streaming in from the west. partly to mostly cloudy by late afternoon. our sunrise, 6:30, and overnigh
transition, which begins now, and also, u.s. policy moving forward, what is our mission? a lot of questions, will we be giving guns to the rebels? nato now taking over full command, not only enforcing the no-fly zone, also, as of yesterday, saying they will protect civilians in libya as well. another big concern coming up that president is sure to address or be asked about later, the price tag for all of this. some here on capital hill said it already proaching a billion dollars. >>> two people are dead, another seven injuries after a sail boat capsized off san diego. it happened near harbor island off the coast. crews say the boat flipped and sent everyone in the water. two men in their 50s declared dead. children among the injured. the weather was calm and no report of strong winds before the accident. >>> 24 year-old rebecca corium was last seen making a phone call to a friend. she never showed up to work that day. disney said it searched the ship several times and corporating with investigators. the navy, the officials from the bahamas are all involved in the case. >>> how about a rest
is at the highest level yet, radiation, 3300 times in the water outside the fukushima plant. the u.s. is hoping to help end the disaster. the energy department is sending robots to the plant. they will provide readings, data and help to provide visuals that may be too dangerous for humans. >> the safety of artificial food dyes, those dyes have been deemed safe by the fda. there are new studies that they may be linked to hyperactivity. >> reporter: 7:00, breakfast is in the blender. bananas, strawberries, and a mifin on the side. his mom threw out everything containing artificial flavors and dyes. >> i could tell difference. >> here it is handwriting before the new diet, and then after. yellow 5 and 6, yellow 40, found in chips, pickles and mack and cheese. many doctors, and consumer advocates said there is a link between the dyes and hyperactivity. >> the trigger in some. >> the controversy isn't new. since 1970, now, the fda is changing its opinion. the fda said there is no link, now, suggests that condition may be exacerbate d by dyes and colors. we are always producing the safest possible pr
' left fielder is accused of lying in front of a grand jury, when he said he didn't knowingly use steroids. his case is part of a multimillionaire case against the bilko laboratory. major leaguers are expected to testify. >> we are seeing the first signs of decision 12. tim has been traveling to north carolina, and others are expected to make their announcements in the coming weeks. >>> today, maryland and virginia governors will attend "building a grand nation." by education secretary arnie duncan, it is part of a campaign to end the high school drop out crisis. >>> according to researchers at massachusetts general hospital, all it takes is a simple blood test. the levels of five amino acids will show if a person will develop type 2 diabetes in the next decade. >>> three weeks until the playoffs and the capitals want to make sure that alex ovechkin will be ready to go. they are sitting the star because of an undisclosed injury. the coach bruce boudreau said he has been fighting an injury for months. the caps play in philadelphia tonight and can clinch a playoff spot with a win or
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